In her new book, Yes Please, Amy Poehler speaks candidly about comedy, success, failure, marriage, kids, and divorce. She’s equally candid about letting readers know what she won’t talk about (the nitty-gritty details of her family life, for example). Her trademark kindness and humor are ever present, but she neither sugarcoats nor over-salts her memoir of life thus far, and I love that. Read the rest of this entry »
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